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The Weather in Midlothian
Check out the climate diagram for Midlothian. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 1° in Midlothian in February. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is September.
Choose a Midlothian holiday cottage for your holiday
Midlothian is a great holiday destination for children and adults of all ages. Explore the beautiful Scottish countryside, with the historic city of Edinburgh right on your doorstep.
Experience Scottish art and heritage
Edinburgh is home to some of Scotland's finest art galleries and museums. The National Gallery of Scotland houses works from Scottish and international artists, including works by JMW Turner which are only displayed every January. The National Museum of Scotland includes artefacts which illustrate the cultural history of the country, or you can get a glimpse of how the other half live by visiting the Royal Yacht Britannia.
Keep the kids entertained
Take the kids to Dalkeith Country Park to let them burn off some energy at the fantastic outdoor adventure playground or try their hand at activities like archery, cycling or zorbing. Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World, also in Dalkeith, is great fun for all the family. Get up close and personal with insect species from all over the world and even get your hands on their tarantulas and giant millipedes!
Rural Midlothian is also home to a number of popular attractions, including the National Mining Museum in Newtongrange and the 15th century Rosslyn Chapel, which is famous for its unusual religious sculptures. Visitors can book private guided tours of the beautiful 12th century Newbattle Abbey, which has played an important role in major historical events including the Spanish Armada and the Declaration of Arbroath. If you enjoy craft beer, be sure to take a tour of local brewery, Stewart Brewing in Loanhead, where you can learn how their beers are made or even have a go at making your own.
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